Now, this is a tasty treat to have just outside your door! A Nova Scotia house for sale comes with a fruit orchard that would be the perfect place to wander through on a summer day. However, it comes with a hefty price tag.
This massive house is located right along the ocean in the tiny community of Martins Brook, Nova Scotia.
It's quiet and private but not isolated.
The towns of Mahone Bay and Lunenburg are just a few minutes away and it's a little more than an hour's drive to Halifax.
The house is a whopping 8,300 square feet and comes with five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
If you want to buy this house you'll probably need to win the lottery because it's on the market for $3,600,000.
The home is on seven acres of property and is strategically positioned on a small hill so that you get panoramic views of Princess Inlet and the Atlantic Ocean.
It's also surrounded by lawns that seem to go on forever, century-old trees and even a fruit orchard.
Just imagine going outside and picking fruit from a tree whenever you want it. So charming!
There are also walking trails throughout the property.
Also on the property, there's 345 feet of protected waterfront on Princess Inlet.
Down along the shore is a dock, a boathouse and a spot to tie up boats.
With more than 8,000 square feet of space, this house has plenty of room.
There's a fireplace in both the living and family rooms to make it cozy and relaxing. Both also have views of the natural landscape.
The dining room overlooks the lush gardens of the seven-acre property.
In the master bedroom, there's a whole other room dedicated as a place to get dressed.
The lower level of the house can be a games room and a media area.
And there is a garage on the property that has an attached artist studio that can also be used as an office.
Address: 116 Princess Inlet Dr., Lunenburg, NS
Description: This 8,300-square-foot home is on seven acres of land that has rolling lawns, century-old trees, walking trails and a fruit orchard. There's lots of space indoors and plenty more outdoors. Plus, it's right along the ocean.